|Assets:||Has great hands and hockey sense, so he is a natural at putting points on the board. Can play on either side of center. Is especially dangerous on special teams.|
|Flaws:||Doesn't have ideal size (6-0, 178 pounds) for the National Hockey League level, so he must continue to add more bulk in order to maximize his scoring potential.|
|Career Potential:||Talented scoring winger with some upside.|
|Memorial Cup||All-Star Team||2012-13|
|WHL||West First All-Star Team||2011-12|
|WHL||West Second All-Star Team||2012-13|
|9/28/2014||Assigned to the Chicago Wolves (AHL).|
|4/13/2014||Assigned to the Chicago Wolves (AHL).|
|4/11/2014||Recalled from the Chicago Wolves (AHL).|
|9/26/2013||Assigned to Chicago (AHL).|
|9/14/2012||Returned to his junior team (Portland-WHL).|
|6/01/2012||Signed by the St. Louis Blues to a three-year entry-level contract.|
|9/24/2011||Returned to his junior team (Portland-WHL).|
|6/25/2011||Drafted by the St. Louis Blues in the 2nd round (32nd overall) in 2011.|
Ty Rattie heads back to the minors | 04/14/2014 2:11 PM
NewsTy Rattie was returned to the minors after Sunday's regular season finale.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
ImpactHe dressed in his second NHL game against Detroit. Rattie had one shot during his 10:46 of ice time.
Ty Rattie is set to make his NHL debut | 04/11/2014 1:19 PM
NewsTy Rattie has been promoted by the St. Louis Blues.
Jeremy Rutherford on Twitter
ImpactThe Blues are missing a handful of their forwards, so they needed reinforcements. Friday's contest will be Rattie's NHL debut after he scored 29 goals and 46 points in 69 AHL games this season.
Ty Rattie leads the way for Blues rookies | 09/06/2013 10:36 PM
NewsTy Rattie played a large role in the St. Louis Blues' rookie group winning a 3-2 OT exhibition against the Minnesota Wild on Friday.
ImpactRattie scored the Blues' first two goals while William Carrier collected the overtime clincher. Carter Sandlak and Raphael Bussieres found the net for Minnesota.
Rattie, Jaskin to play in prospects tourney | 08/22/2013 11:04 AM
NewsTy Rattie will be among 23 players that St. Louis will feature in Traverse City, Mich. from Sept. 5-9 at another prospects tournament.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
ImpactForward Dmitrij Jaskin, defenseman Jani Hakanpaa and goaltender Jordan Binnington are other players on the Blues' roster to keep an eye on. Rattie and Jaskin aren't far away from being NHLers, but the depth on St. Louis will probably place them both in the minors to start the year.
Blues prospects Rattie, Jaskin to get looks | 07/10/2013 11:00 AM
NewsThe Blues will give prospects Ty Rattie and Dmitrij Jaskin chances to make to the opening-night roster.
ImpactRattie was the team's second-round pick in 2011 and had 48 goals and 110 points in the WHL's regular season. He added 20 more goals and 36 more points in 21 playoff games. Jaskin put up 46 goals and 99 points in the QMJHL last season. Blues general manager Doug Armstrong wants to see these guys make an impact at the NHL level very soon. "(Rattie's) going to get a very good look in training camp and he's going to get a look with some of our better players," Armstrong said. "It's a big step from junior hockey to the NHL. He's a talented goal scorer and he's scored at every level. He'll get a look and if he's ready to play, he'll play. That will be the same with Jaskin."
Ty Rattie wins WHL playoff MVP award | 05/15/2013 11:16 AM
NewsTy Rattie earned the MVP Award in the WHL playoffs.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Impact"It's a great feeling to know that all your hard work, all of your team's hard work, finally paid off," Rattie said. "To lift that trophy was a surreal feeling." He had 20 goals and 36 points in 21 postseason contests after recording 48 goals and 110 points in 62 regular season games. He'll be worth keeping an eye on during the Blues' training camp.
Rattie scores, Canada looses chance for gold | 01/03/2013 9:45 AM
NewsTy Rattie scored Canada's lone goal in a 5-1 loss to Team USA in the semifinals.
ImpactCanada went undefeated in the preliminary round, outscoring the competition 21-8. However, they were ultimately unable to live up to the high expectations put on this talented squad. Canada will battle against the loser of the Sweden-Russia match for the bronze medal.
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